Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is working through options on what -- if anything -- to wear on his dislocated middle finger for Sunday's game against the New York Giants (1 p.m., Fox). For now, the glove of choice appears to be a mostly fingerless one that helps him grip the football.

Stafford wore a black glove on his right hand during today's practice. It exposed his thumb, index, ring and pinkie fingers.

A portion of the glove was visible on the bottom of Stafford's middle finger, though it's unclear whether the entire finger was covered.

The top of Stafford's right middle finger, which he injured in last weekend's 20-17 win over the Chicago Bears, appeared to be taped in the same manner as when he held his weekly news conference before practice.

He did not have a splint on the finger before or after the workout.